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FRIDAY. 'OCT. 1. 188(5.
A NEW SENSATION.
Tho Legislature is becoming stale.
It is cetting played out. It caused
infinite amusement for a while. But
a farce too often repeated to the
same audience ceases to excite a
smile. The same old burlesque
played over and over again, how
ever brilliant, cloys and nauseates.
The restless minds of Honolulu,
like the ancient Greeks, have an
itching for something new, and
something new they have. The
Legislative farce lias begotten many
a side-splitting laugh, and cleared
many a bilious liver. Thanks to the
Legislature. Now that that body
of gifted comedians has exhausted
its wonderful resources of mirth
provoking capabilities, something
new crops . up to gratify, tempora
rily, the insatiable craving tor
merriment. And the happy organ,
whose lucky star gives it a place of
honor accorded to none of its un
fortunate contemporaries, to bring
to the public attention this new and
unexpected source of amusement is
our esteemed morning contempo
rary, the Pacific Commercial Ad
vertiser. In its yesterday's issue, which,
by the way, should be preserved by
every head of a family in this vast
empire on which the sun sets every
evening, and handed down to his
descendants as a precious and price
less heirloom, the Advsrtisn- re
lates the landing of the Waialeale's
company at Ocean Island, and gra
phically depicts the Annexation
Ceremony, thus " A"nd then Colo
nel Boyd, who is dressed in fatigue
uniform, says, ' Gentlemen, before
going further, I have a piece of
business to perform. It has been
found out by the Board of Genea
logy that the Hawaiian Islands
formerly extended much further
north. I have been commissioned
by His Majesty King Kalakaua to
take possession of this island
Ocean Island, or Moku Pnpapa.'
He then showed us his commission,
and proceeded to rend as follows:
' I, Colonel James Harbottle Boyd,
by the power in me vested as His
Hawaiian Majesty's Special Com
missioner, do hereby take posses
sion of this island Ocean Island,
or Moku Papnpa as a portion of
His Majesty's royal domain. Done
at Ocean Island, this 20th day of
September, 1880.' The Hawaiian
flag was then hoisted and saluted
with three heaity cheers, and we go
About time! That is, about time
to go to dinner. ' Any one man who
executes such a ponderous under
taking, or anybody of men who per
form the important part .of looking
on and listening, must bo in need of
dinner at the close. In fact, they
deserve t ; they have earned it, and
a little harbottle thrown in, with the
first syllable omitted. AVe should
like to go to dinner, too, and that,
" gentlemen, before going further."
Some internal stomachic support is
necessary. Boast beef, and a slice
of plum pudding to top off, will be
Biilllcient. Never mind the bottle
part, either with or without the liar.
"Fatigue uniform " wo have none,
unless an old shooting coat and a
pair of pantaloons with sundry holes
and patches can bo distinguished by
that name, but " fatigued " wo arc.
Let us all " go to dinner," at tho
expense of the Hawaiian Govern
ment.' Tho valuable addition to the
empire of a valueless island 1,00
miles distant, with the British Lion
knashing his teeth and foaming for
vengeance at the surreptitious
method of acquirement, warrants
tho Imperial Government standing
Hut'who is "I, Colonel," who
liad this difficult " piece of business
to perform?" Now, don't ask such
frivolous questions. The Colonel la
" a jolly good fellow," but us to
V'lmt kind of a colonel ho may be is
none of our business nor tho public's
cither. Whero ho picked up the
title, or what knowledge ho has of
tho duties appertaining thereto, is
not u matter for vulgar plebeians to
trouble themselves about, lie is a
Colonel, and probably knows just
as much about commanding a regi
ment as any other colonel, active or
retired, on the Hawaiian army list,
or in other words, just as much as a
pig of pathology or a cow of Cochin
China. "1, Colonel, etc." That's good.
Gentlemen of birth and breeding can
sec at a glance the exquisite taste
and aristocratic refinement of a gen
tleman prefacing his name with a
title. A tail tacked on at the end,
such as " esquire," would have
been absolute perfection, which
would at once have made the Colo
nel eligible for an appointment on
the staff of Francis Joseph or Km-
Thanks to " I. Colonel," for hav
ing, while performing " a piece of
business," revealed to the inhabi
tants of "Moku l'apapa," and
through them and the Advertiser,
to the wide world, the fact that " it
has been found out by the Board of
Genealogy that the Hawaiian Islands
formerly extended much further
north." That is a remarkable
Board, inferior only to a sideboard.
The vulgar notion was that the
Genealogy Board confined its re
searches to bones and bunkum.
"I, Colonel" has once and for
ever dispelled this erroneous belief.
That modest" and unostentatious
concentration of intellectuality, has
secretly visited the northern re
"ions, and "found out" that the
north came from the Hawaiian
Islands. In fact, the Board are
right on the track of the north pole,
and have strong hopes of capturing
and bring it back to where it be
longs the Hawaiian Islands. When
that undertaking is consummated
they will probably " find out " that
America was. at one time a part of
these islands, and on the strength
of former connexion send the Colo
nel over to annex it. In due time
Europe, Asia, Africa and Australia
will share the same fate. No doubt
it is quite within the capacity of the
Board of Genealogy to " find out "
ere they complete their labors that
the Hawaiian Islands are the centre
of the woild, and that in order to
restore a dissevered earth to its
pristine condition reunion must be
effected. Then will follow the per
foimaneo of the Colonel's ''little
business," and we shall all go to
exhibited on convenient occasions,
and put through their facings to the
admiration of cnBiial visitors and
the glorification of (he Principal.
The show pari of the business is
thoroughly understood and assuliu
ously attended to, but underneath
are shameful neglect and disgrace
ful laxity. The boys go out, without
an attendant, and prowl around the
most disreputable portions of the
town, mix with the lowest of charac
ters, use foul language, and freely
drink every description of intoxi
cant they can gel hold of. This is
Iho testimony of an eye and car wit
ness tho writer which can be cor
roborated by dozens of others. Last
Monday night, the young urchins
were loose around the school premi
ses until past 10 o'clock, and in
sulted people passing in the street,
particularly females. Last "Wednes
day night the Band returned from
the town to the school at u some
what late hour, shouting, scream
ing, blaspheming, and using the
most filthy and obscene language
as they passed along King street,
near the residence of the Hon. J. I.
Dowsctt. These things, and many
others), have not been done in a
corner. They have been seen and
heard' by, and are known to, a large
section of the public. It is high
time the matter was looked into,
and some respectable and compe
tent man placed in charge of the
institution, or the institution abolished.
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1 11 til DAY CONTINUED.
It sometimes becomes the duty of
public journalists to take up matters
which they would much rather let
alone, and to say disagreeable things
when a selfish regard for their own
feelings would dictate silence. Such
is our position at the present time.
For months past we have known,
from personal observation as well as
the unimpeachable testimony of a
long list of credible witnesses, that
a local .public institution, the Re
formatory School, has been and is
being conducted in a manner dis
creditable to the Superintendent,
extremely annoying to the people of
the neighborhood, and demoralizing
to the inmate". But wo were hope
ful that a very gentle hint, consider
ing the nature of tho case, conveyed
through these columns, several weeks
ago, would have had the effect of
reforming the Beform school. Our
hopes hare been disappointed.
About the only effect of our mild
treatment being to increase the
looseness of the extremely loose
tongue of the Superintendent, and
set it wagging with renewed energy
all around the town in abuse of his
predecessor. Wo are sorry lor it.
Sorry that our hopes respecting an
iinpioved condition of affairs result
ing from our hint have been dis
appointed. Not sorry one bit for
the ex-Superintendent, for abuse
from that source will not injure him
a trillo, either in his feelings or
character, and as to his fen years'
supervision of tho institution, lie is
not ashamed of his iccord, "Wo re
gret very much that it becomes our
duty to revert again to a matter so
distasteful to our feelings, but ac
cept it as an unpleasant duty, It
certainly is tho duty of the Board of
Education, in whoso department tho
institution is, tp do something to
remedy the present disgraceful statu
of matters. The boys, instead of
being leformed, are being demoral
ized, and badly demoralized, too.
Far belter let the poor waifs shift
for themselves j.n tho community
than keep them in the so-called Ke
formatorv School. True, they nro
Noble Bishop said when this act
was up before, he favored the idea
of borrowing SLOOO.OOO. His re
marks on that occasion corresponded
in some degree with those of the
Minister this morning. There was
only one feature in the amendment
that met his approval, that limiting
the amount we are to go in debt.
The amendment he proposed at the
time, would have accomplished all
the good this one can possibly do,
and would have saved us some
mortification and possibly some
money. It is proposed to boirow
82,000,000, on the negotiating of
which we have to pay off a debt
which is not pressing at all. The
loss will be at least" S.'jO.OOO, and
probably more. The original bill
provided that no commissions were
to be paid on any money applied to
pay off the bonds of 1882. That is
left out of the present act. i-eopie
here ought to have the opportunity
to take up the bonds if they are
willing to do so. He thought His
Excellency's remark about the ad
visability' of the whole debt being
held by one strong party was a new
idea of public debt. The way in
which the whole thing is being done
is really humiliating.
The bill passed to engrossment to
be read a third time on Friday.
Hep. lvaunauianonioved that the
Sergeaivt-at-Arms be directed to fur
nish each member of the house with
100 two-cent postage stamps, Car
ried. Hep. Dole referred to the question
he had asked some days ago request
ing the reasons why the Minister of
Finance had paid the steamship sub
sidies, under tje act of 1882, to
steamers of 1,200 tons burthen,
contrary to the provisions of the act.
Minister Gibson said he was not
Minister of Finance at the time the
subsidies were paid, but having some
knowledge of the matter, he would
say that the company's arrange
ments for carrying out the terms
of the contract hnd been interrupted
by the layer scheme involving the
carrying of Australian mails, and it
was -thought proper to afford the
company all possible assistance for
carrying out tue new ami larger ar
rangements which were benejicial to
this country, although in doing so,
they were unable for a time, to make
tlieusual trips to and from the coast.
Kep. Kaulukou read, for the first
time, a bill providing for tho manu
facture of alcohol for mediicnal pur
poses, the manufacture of perfum
ery, etc, from products of Hawaii
The bill was also read a second
time by title, and roferrcd to the
committee on spirituous liquors.
Hup. Dole read iv report of the
Committee on Commerce, on the
bill relating to collisions at sea, re
Hep. Haybcldeu moved the bill he
laid on the table to be considered
with the bill and the report of the
committee thereon, previously read.
House took recess to 1 o'clock
House resumed and had a quorum
at 1 :22.
Hep. Kaunamaub moved tho fol
lowing: Besolved That tho Secretary be
instructed to obtain, for the use of
tho oillcers and members of the As
sembly, 76 copies of tho report of
tho Legislative session of 188G,
compiled by Frank Godfrey and
containing-a photogiaph of the mem
bers : and that the sum of $225, or
S.'l per copy be paid for the sume
out of the money apprpprialed for
expenses of tho Legislature, up to
date of prorogation.
Hep. Dickey said the report had
not been seen or examined by any
members of the Asscmblj', to know
whether it is correct or not.
Rep. Aholo said tho photograph
would bo worth the price.
Hop. Kaulukou moved the pre
vious question. Carried.
The motion passed.
Hep. Dickey moved re-considcr-ation.
Third reading of an act to organ
ize the military forces of tho King
HAWAIIAN AND KNOI.IHII VKUSIOSS HIM..
Third reading of an act to amend
section 80 of the Penal Code, relat
ing to the Hawaiian and English ver
sions corresponding. Passed.
DEAI.Klts' LICENSE I1II.I,.
Third reading of a bill to nincnd
section 12, chapter -II, Session Laws
of 1882, relating to dealers licenses.
Rep. Kaulukou moved it be inde
finitely postponed. Carried.
COFKKE ADUI.TEHATION HIM..
Third reading of an act to pro
hibit those who have hotels, res
taurants and coffee shops from
adulterating and weakening their
Rep. Thurston said some altera1
tions should be made in section 1 ,
and moved it be referred to a com
The President appointed the fol-,
lowing committee: lions. Thurston,
Nahinu, Kaiinamano, Nahalc and
Third reading of an act to provide
for the payment of certain bills in
curred by His Majesty's Chamber
lain during the coronation, and in
finishing and furnishing Iolani
Hep. IlayseUlen moved to amend
the first section by inserting the
words "upon a draft on the Minister
of the Interior."
Rep. Brown opposed the amend
ment. This was the bill to relieve
the privy purse. It should be the
sole province of the Chamberlain.
Minister Gibson said the urrange-
ment would be satisfactory either
way. lie did not recognize it, as
pait of the privy purse expenditure,
but as public expenditure.
Hep. Dole moved the bill be in
The amendment was carried and
the bill passed as amended.
Third reading of an act to amend
section G2 of the Civil Code, relat
ing to license. Passed.
OOVKltNMENT Ori'ICEltS' SAI.AKIES
Third reading ot an act to pro
hibit the Minister of Finance from
paying the salaries of Government
oillcers during their absence from
Third reading of the bill to amend
the election law by doing away with
the necessity for a voter presenting
his lax receipt at the poll.
Rep. Kaulukou moved the bill be
Hep. Thurston hoped the but
would pass, as no reason had been
given why it should not.
Rep. Hayselden supported inde
finite postponement. The leceipts
were necessary for the identification
Noble Bishop supported the bill.
It could be tried, at least for one
Rep. Kaulukou said the Planters
Labor and Supply Comyany had in
argurated all tho abuses connected4
with the tax receipt system.
Rep. Thurston said the statements
of the member for Hilo were false,
and the member himself knew them
to be false. As Secretary of the
Company he could say that no money
had been paid out except for legiti
mate running expenses. The mem
ber for Hilo, under tho guidance of
tho present leader of tho Govern
ment, Mr. uibson, had led a crusade
of debauchery of the civil service,
dismissing from office all persons
who failed to carry out their
schemes. Cases of gin had been
sent to Molokai, at last election, to
debauch tho electors, by order of
Kep, Hayselden That isjiot true
is a lie !
Rep. Thurston It is not a lie,
and you know it is not.
Rep. Hayselden I dare you to
Rpp. Thurston I can prove every
word of it. The member for Hilo
says tho employer has the right
to direct the votes of his employees.
Just here, I take issue with him. it
is what wo are striving to prevent
them and the government from doing
so that electors can have a chance
to'voto as they please.
Hep. Hayselden moved the previ
ous question, but on Minister Gib
son rising to address tho house,
withdrew tho motion.
Minister Gibson referred to an
item In the expenses of the Planters'
Labor and Supply Company's ex
penses, of $80,000, during tho sec
retaryship of W. O. Smith, undor
tho head of traveling expenses of
mewbors, lor election purposes. The
member for Hilo had referred to the
Company as takiug the initiative in
Rep. Thurston That Is absolutely
Tho member for Molokai had
brought him (tho Minister) forward
in his usual insulting manner, not
in the inauace in which nnhonorablu
membor of this Assembly ought to
speak, but In tho manner of a street
brawler. The member shouhd not
make such statements without being
well supported by evidence,
Rep. Thurston There is plenty of
Minister Gibson would simply, say
that the assertion of that gentleman
that he (tho Minister) had sent
ardent spirits to Molokai was false.
The member should not take the
evidence of an unfortunate sick man
as his authority for such a chaigc.
Hep. Thurston Tho person on
whose authority the statement was
made is the agent of the Board of
Minister Gibson If the agent
made that statement, he stated what
was false, and the man who repealed
the statement hero is a scuirilous
Hep. Thurston If tho Minister
calls mo a scurrilous falsifier, 1 pro
nounce him a direct lie.
Minister Gibson said he had sent
no suit its to Molokai. lie did not
wish to take up the time of
house on this matter.
Hep. Thurston Well don't,
Minister Gibson considered
member for Molokai to be simply a
nois-e interfere!1 with the business of
the house. v
Hep. Kaulukou moved the previous
The votes was taken on the inde
finite postponement of the bill.
For indefinite postponement Gib
son, Crcighton, Kuihclani, Kaae,
Hayselden, Lilikalani, Kuukau, Ka
ulukou, Pahia, Kaiinamano, Nahale,
Nahinu, Aholo, Kaukau, Kauai,
Against Bishop, Dominis, Bush,
Parker, Kauhi, Ainara, Brown, Ka
Itui, "Wight, Hicliaidson, Dickey,
Kaai, Thurston, Fiiehaolo, Dole 15.
Before the vote was announced,
Rep. Brown asked to have his vote
Hep- Hayselden asked the mem
"Rep. Brown was not in the habit
of giving his reasons to any member
where ho was exercising his privilege
as a member of the house.
Hep. Kaulukou moved re-considei'-atiou.
Hep. Brown proceeded to speak,
when a point of order was raised,
against his speaking at that lime.
Hep. Brown said he had the iloor
on the motion to re-consider.
The chair ruled that Mr. Brown
Hep. Kaulukou appealed from the
ruling of the chair.
The ruling of the chair was sus
tained by a vole 1G to 2.
Kep. Brown spoke on the motion,
and was followed by Kep. Dole,
who said "Mr. President."
Hep. Hayselden 1 move the pre
Kep. Dole I have the floor, you
Kep. Aholo rose to a point of
order, and read rule 4.
Rep. Dole I have the floor.
Kep. Kaulukou wanted the Presi
dent's ruling on the point raised by
Kep. Dole I have the floor. -
Kep. Brown made a statement re
lating to the matter of order.'
Rep. Dole I have tho floor.
Heps. Hayselden and Kaulukou
spoke briefly on point of order at
Kep. Dole 1 have the floor.
The President thought there was
a great deal of time being wasted.
Hep. Dole thought so too, that the
question then was to re-consider the
vote. Last year, there were man'
irregularites at the election. If the
tax-receipt system is taken away, it
will help to purify the elections. It
was bad enough for employers of
labor and Government oflicials to
withhold from voters their tax re
ceipts, but for tax assessors to do
so, was indefensible it was dis
graceful. He wanted no better is
sue to present before a constitu
ency than that he had attempted to
purify the ballot, Tho bill does not
removo all the abuses, but it removes
one of them. If the opposition had
made use of the tax receipts, it was
in self-defence, and they were ready
to give up the system. Not a word
has been said to show that tho tax
receipt is of any use whatever.
Hep. Kaulukou moved the previous
The motion to reconsider waB put
House adjournod at 4 : 14 to 9 :30
Assignee's Sale I ASSIGNEE'S SALE!
By order of W V. I'AHKB. Asslgnco
of t lio eMntc of .1. F. McLaughlin, a
bankiupi. I will sell at. Public Auction,
at lliu residence of said .1. W. McLatigh.
lin, on mucuiiowi street, on
Monday, October 4th,
At 10 o'clock a. in ,
The whole of Ills Household Furiiltinc
and oll'euls consisting of
Slrcl Engravings, Wiilcr Color,
Turkish Imp., Velvet Hugs, II W
Side Board, KxtcnMon Dining Tnblo
3 B. W. Bedroom Sots Comploto
1 l'lno Bedroom Hot Complete, t Ash
Bedstead, t BW Bedstead, t Vino
Bedstead, 1 Child's Bed and 2 Cribs
1 Fancy Pliedi Table,
ONE HJIJOKY aAjmoiti
4 Ebony Clmlrn, I) libony Stool, 1
a Smnll Eboiiy Table,
Crockery, Gloss and Plated Ware
Lnmpi:, Mattresses, Mosquito Nets,
Chamber Set?, Cornices and Cur-taiii!-,
Wiirdiobe , Veranda Lounge,
And Cooking Uienslls, Etc., Etc.
RIGHT, TITLE AND INTEREST
of iho said J. F. MeLnighlin in and to a
e rain lias; between tliu said J F. He
Liuglilln to a eel tain Iioiho sllimud on
Punchbowl Street, Honolulu, f.r ihe
ii"in f one your rrom Iho 1st day f
Novemb r, 18-5, and with tho prlvllego
of an ixtoi-.inn of the said lcie f r two
ycir- tri.ni mid afto' the 1st diy of
N v mliir, A. 1) 18-0. Went is p iynble
mon lily in dvam c, $50 per month, and
the water ra e of tald premises to be paid
by Le s-ir.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
!):) (Il Auctioneer
A WHITE COCKATOO, with
ZX yillnw mpii'it. Finder wil I be re
witdetl by leutiiing same to 18!) Nuu.
;ina stieel. 44 3t
,i NOOD NxVTTVE SALESMAN.
Xjl Apply nt tlie Bulletin Olllce.
TO PURCHASE A TOP BRAKE,
AddnssP. O. Box 80
NEITHER tliuUurtitn nor the Agents
of t ic Biitisb Ship '"Amana ' will
he re-ponsiblu for any debts con
tractu! by Iho crew in tlu poit.
G. V. JUACFAKLANE & CO.
43 3t Agent'.
The iindtrf liied will m til public
miction, by ordir of V. (!. l'aike, A-.
signeo of .!. K. MoTjAIHjIIMN, u bun.
krupt, at tho auction tuoiu-t of the under,
signed In Honolulu, on
Saturday, Ootobor 2nd, 1085
At 12 o'deek, jioon, the
Honolulu steam Limdrr
as per schedule, together with ihe build.
Inii'H t-ltuiilotheiiun mid the lent-e of saltl
lot The Iciifio in for ii n yuits from Ihe
1st tiny of February, issil, and Mtbject
to a monthly rent of $'W 311. pnynble in
advance , and the rent 1- aid up to Sep.
temher HO, 188(1, mid all ihe building
can bo removed at the e.pliiition of mid
There Is a paid up INSURANt E pel.
loy on the propeilv to the 21th day of
October, 188(1, for $4,000.
The Laundry ih in good woikltg ol
der, and can I e examined it I mii ime
prior to tho snlu. Aii,Iuveutoty can be
seen at the Auction Room.
TERMS CASH. Deeds at expense of
E. V ADAMS & CO.,
33 8t Auctioneers.
By order of Hon. A. V. JIDDwe will
sill nt Public Auction,
On Saturday, October 2, 1886
At12 o'clock noon, on the ptcmisu-,
One Wooden Building-,
Lately occupiul by tho Louvie of
One Woollen Builtling-,,
Occupied by Jinx lCckait
OIS-3E WOODJ3X HI133X.
Purclinser to remove buildii.gi within
7 days Inm day of tale.
VST TERMS CASH.
E. 1 ADAMS & CO.,
41 0t Auctioneera.
UIAX1 AVCTIOK SAM? OF
'piIE UNDERSIGNED having bscn
A nppoiutul n Assignee of the Arm
of Yong Yen and York iee, bankrupts,
all persons indebted to said firm are
hereby notifkd to pay tin: mine to the
uudi rsiguul. W.C.PARKE,
IIonrlulu.Sept.24,18 0. 49 3t
SUPREMK COURT of the Ha
waiian Iblamls. In the matter of
tho Banlmiptcy of LEE WING KEE,
alias Mou Kail, Before.? eston, J.
Lee NingKee, nlias'Mau Knu, doing
business in Naalchu, Kau, Iilnud of Ha
waii, having this c! .y been adjudicated
bankrupt on the petition of V Ing Wo
Tai & Co , it is ordered that all credi
tors of said bankrupt come in and prove
their claims before me, at my Chambers,
On Saturday, Oct. 2nd, 1886,
from 10 a. in. to 12 m.
It is further ordered that, upon
bald dav, the creditors proceed to
hold tho ELECTION of an assignee or
assigpees ot snid unuluupt estate, and
that notico heieof bo published In Ihe
Chinese Newspaper of Honoluln, of Sat
urday, September 25,'188G, and In the
Daily Bui i,eti9K twice, viz : Wednesday,
Snptember 20th, nnd Fridny, October 1st,
Dated Honolulu, Sept. 24, 1880. .
Justice Supreme Court.
Attest: J. H.RilbT,
2nd Deputy Cleik. 44 Bt
A big gun-church,
-Tho can(n)on of the
REGULAR CASH SALE.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2nd,
At 10 a. in. nt my nihsiooms", I wll
offer at Public. Aug ion, a
H. Hackfeld & Co.
Have just received a few more
We have icceived instructions from IR.
L. B. KERR, to toM at Public Auction,
On Monday, October, 4th,
At 10 o'clock a. in., at our Saleroom,
Queen Street, (ON A CREDIT
TO THE TRADE), his
entire Stock of
Consisting in part of
Suitings, Diagonalo, Serees,
Flannels and Trimmings,
Of all desciiptions; being the Largest
Afsortnuiu of Tailois' Goods ever
oll'eied at Auction here.
The above arc all new and Fashionable
Goods selected lor the present season.
Among the Stock are a largo number of
Single Suit pieces, nnd a quantity of
Short Lengths suitable for Family use.
Also a few Full Pieces, biiltablo for
Also, TWO SEWING MACHINES
1 Offlco Desk, 1 Clock,
1 Cheval Glasss
Also at 12 o'clock noon will bo sold
Lease of the Store and Fittings:
For 2 j ears and tl months from Octobf r
1st, 188r), wilh privilege of ft jears .
B2T TERMS LIBEKAL approved,
E. P. ADAMS & Co.
30 2v Auctioneers
House and Lot offthePauoa
Valley Road, near tho new
Punchbowl Slicet Bridee.
House contains 5 room, Bathroom,
Kitchen and Pantry. Outhoiitc consist
ing of Stable, Caniage House and liar,
ness room. Tho grounds arc idanted
wilh choloe liees. To be sold for $1,700
cash. Apply to
J M. MONSAKKAT,
IB tf No. 27 Meiohant Street
For Yokohama IIongKong
Consisting in put of
Dry Goods, Clothing, Croekety,
Glassware, a lingo line cf Lanterns,
Groceries', CodlUli, Onions and Gai,
lie, Sacks No and 2 Sugar,
150 Quarter Boxes Cal. Raisins,
Just received i x H S Wilmington,
COO 14, 1,2,8 &0 Gallon DEMIJOHNS,
Miibthenld to c!oso'ronlguuu'Uts.
(Julio a vn'icty if New Bulroom
Suiter, Bluek Wulnul with Marble
Tops, AbIi, Imitation B and Pine,
abo Slrglti Bcihlcads, Hair Top
S.iring Mattrebsef, newi Ohulrs,
Tables i-ihI Loungre, Chandeliers
and Sewing Machines,
ONE FINE ARABIAN HORSE
5 yn old broken to double or single
hut nets and saddle; kind and gentle.
1 IInrs, Brako ami Harness; also 2
other cood Carriage Horses; 1 ntw
I'hneton and Fine Broke
Tho Splendid" Al Iron Stiam Ship
Will fall for Yokohama and IIongKong
sa or ubjiut
OCTOBER 8th, '86.
For freight nnd passage apply to
H. HACKFELD & 00, Agents.
40 it J. LYONS, Auct'r.
,. , VALUE.
Haw'n Carnage Manf'g'Co., c 00 100
E, O. Hall & Bon.fnew isue)'00 100
Bell Telophone, 3a 10
O. Brewer & Co., 101 100
Woodlawn Dairy, 00 100
Walluku Sugar Co., 97 100
Walmnnulo, 170 100
Star Mill, 4i(i 600
Reciprocity Sugar Co., 80 10C
Ico Company, , 87 100
Inter.Ieland S. N. Co., 105
L. A. TIIURSTON.;Stock Urokei
38 Merchant Street. 1B1 ly
The Inter-Island Steam
Navigation Co., Liniited,
Keep constantly on hand for sale
Steam Family and Blacksmith Coal
and a genera) assortment of
415 Bar iron. Hy
WILDER'S " fi. S. CO.,
Leaves Honolulu each Tuesday at,
4 p.m., touching at Lahaina, Mua.
laea Bay, Mukena, Mtihukona, Ki
walhae, Laupahoeboo and Hilo.
Returning, will touch at all tbe
alove portH, arriving ut Honolulu
WMill RlitllK'n 'ilTriuiinii,
TO BUTCHERS, GRAZIERS
WKM i'. W. KAWI4RS,
$ Soap Manufacturer.
'Che highest Cash value for any quan.
lity of Tallow.
Honolulu Moup WorliM, TiUlco
Hell Telephone 21). P 0. Box 4
108 No. CONuunnu fcticcL ly-
O LUSO IIAAVAIIANO.
ALL persons who want to communl
cate with tho Poituciiese, either
for business, or for procuring workmen,
servants or any other helps, will find it
tho most profitable way to advertise In
the Luso ffawaiiano, tho new organ of
the Portutrueso colony, which is pub
lished on Merchant street, Gazelle Build
inp, (Post.Olllco Letter Box K.), anil
only charges icasouublc rates for ndven
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